I volunteer at the dojang where DD and I train. This means I'm there as often as I can be and I take photos of tests for the website, etc. Today I was there from 10 am - 5:15 pm. Today we had a belt test, followed by an Open House to celebrate opening our new location.
One of the students testing had committed a few major etiquette blunders by questioning our instructor on things that were not his place to. He's also pushy and rude, as apparently, his wife has become, also. Admittledly, this does not make me fond of them at all, but that doesn't excuse what I did.
I went into the back room to get my bag. Bare feet find all sorts of things - this time my bare feet found a VERY cold, very wet spot on the carpeting. I looked and found that the coffee counter was covered in water, also. Ugh, I thought to myself. A leak! So I grabbed my SaBumNim and brought him back.
"No, no leak - Student A & Student B's kids were back here playing with the water." He pointed up to where a 2 1/2 gallon jug of water was. He was rather annoyed, even after stopping them.
I sighed, thinking of all the issues this family has already caused (including one child screaming so loudly during the belt test his father was taken that even after he'd been taken outside, we could hear him. Oh, and he screamed so badly he made himself vomit). "Doesn't *anyone* in that family have any self-control?" I asked quietly, realizing that said family was still up by the desk.
He shook his head and we exited the room... to find Student A standing there getting his gear together.
I should have kept my mouth shut. He gave me such a glare.
True or not, I shoud not have said anything at all